False start Posted by Sean It's been a full week since last I posted here, which was not my intent. In fact I should have been typing this Friday, when we had hoped to be under way to Jacksonville, but we had a bit of a false start which I will detail later in the post. Last Sunday afternoon we arrived in Oriental, NC to a predictably crowded anchorage. The free docks were totally occupied.
Publication history[ edit ] Giganta in Wonder Woman In the story, a scientist named Professor Zool artificially mutates an ape named Giganta into a malicious red-haired strongwoman.
The mutation machine goes haywire and somehow reverts the world to an earlier stage. Giganta joins a primitive tribe to attack Wonder Woman, but is defeated.
When the world gets to the Golden Age of humanity, Giganta causes trouble by encouraging a rebellion, which Wonder Woman stops. When the world returns to normal, Giganta is still in her "strongwoman" form. Giganta is ultimately subdued and captured by Wonder Woman and taken to Themiscrya for rehabilitation.
In issue 28, she joins a rebellion of prisoners held on the island started by the Saturnian slaver Evilessthereby becoming a member of the criminal team Villainy Inc.
Eviless steals Wonder Woman's lasso and kidnaps Hippolyta. She joins with the Atlantean Queen Clea to cause trouble. Giganta is not seen again in the comics untilin Wonder Woman volume 1in which her origin is revamped to include another member of Wonder Woman's rogues' gallery, Doctor Psycho.
This appearance also premiered a short-lived update to her look, giving her waist-length blond hair and an even larger physical stature. Fictional character biography[ edit ] The contemporary version of the character is the alter-ego of Dr.
Doris Zeul,  who suffers from a fatal blood disease.
She captures Wonder Woman and plans to put her "life-essence" into Wonder Woman's body using an experimental machine. Interrupted by Wonder Girl halfway through the experiment she ends up with her consciousness in a test animal gorilla named Giganta.
Following her transformation, Giganta allies herself with Queen Clea and the modern incarnation of Villainy Inc. The Society ultimately loses this battle. They implied that Giganta has overcome that limitation and retains her full intelligence at any size. Giganta, along with The Cheetah and Doctor Psycho, engage in a battle with Donna Troy who has assumed the identity of Wonder Woman one year after the events of Infinite Crisisas part of a search for, as they term it, the "real" Wonder Woman Diana of Themyscira.
Giganta and her allies also battle Herculeswith the giantess being felled by the legendary champion. Now free of M'Nagalah's control, a seemingly repentant Dr. Zeul retains her position at Ivy University and has approached Ryan for a second chance, despite the bizarre circumstances of their first meeting.
Before their second date, the Atom is approached by Wonder Woman on behalf of the Department of Metahuman Affairs and asked to wear a wire on his date with Dr.
After professing her desire to reform, she is informed that Ryan is wearing a wire and tears off the roof of the restaurant to see Wonder Woman and Ryan talking - unaware that Ryan had removed the wire. A fight between Wonder Woman and Giganta ensues.
Wonder Woman quickly knocks Giganta out but Ryan intervenes to stop Wonder Woman from beating her further, after admitting she had lost her temper - they realize that Dr.
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